Design Disruption in a Single Image

This painstakingly beautiful graphic image represents exactly what the Design Disruption Group (DDG) is all about. Using a limited palette of 3 colours and only 11 words, the striking image visually represents the DDG’s aims and objectives. In short, the DDG wish to connect better, bring together, and facilitate dialogues and rich exchanges between policy makers, legislators, regulatory bodies and manufacturers (those typically in positions of power and control) with citizens and people who might be marginalised or excluded.


About paulrodgersdesign

I am Professor of Design Issues at Northumbria University School of Design. I hold undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Design from Middlesex University,London, and a PhD in Product Design Assessment from the University of Westminster, London. My research explores the discipline of design and how disruptive design interventions can enact positive change in health and social care and elsewhere.

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